BY: Ellen Creagel
Veteran traveler Adrian Jarosz has stamps in his passport, can sleep on a plane and has six international trips under his belt.
He is 3 years old.
“If we drive past an airport, he cries if he can’t fly on a plane,” says his mom, Agatha Jarosz, of South Lyon, Mich.
She sees no reason why Adrian should stay home when he could be flying to Europe or sampling Central America. Due with her second child in July, she’s planning to take both children to Poland next year, seeing the world with both tots in tow.
Adrian probably won’t remember a single one of his baby travels, which has taken him to Poland twice, Curacao, Puerto Rico, Costa Rica, St. Martin, Martinique and 10 states. But his mother says there’s a larger life lesson for her young son.
“Maybe the travel will make him more open,” she says. “Maybe it will make him enjoy different things instead of being scared.”
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